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Cub Tracks Hamels it home

Schwarbermania! and other bullets

Final: Pirates 5, #Cubs 1. pic.twitter.com/TSXilBs2GM

— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) September 25, 2018

I guess there’s a reason to bat Cole Hamels 8th. That was pretty. Unfortunately, the rest of the game wasn’t. Jameson Taillon kept the Cubs‘ lumber slumbering and the Pirates struck for five in the opening game of the four-game set.

That solo home run thing being the only run is old. Let’s don’t do that any more.

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Cubs News and Notes:

New school supplies courtesy of the Cubs Wives and #CubsCharities! #EverybodyIn pic.twitter.com/IzWLTJ8QXR

— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) September 24, 2018

“I think the standard for every organization is getting to that place where playing baseball in October is something that is assumed and not celebrated,” Cubs general manager Jed Hoyer said. “You never take it for granted. But at the same time, I’m happy in four years that it’s come to that, that no one’s talking about that possibility tonight.” — Gordon Wittenmyer.

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